News About Caulfield Cup 2015
Caulfield horseman Ciaron Maher has confirmed the Melbourne Cup 2015 over the two miles at Flemington on the first Tuesday of November as the long term spring goal for his Oaks winning mare Set Square who runs in Saturday’s Caulfield Cup.
The race everyone is geared up to see this weekend in Melbourne is the first of the ‘Big 3’ spring majors, a class field of stayers facing off in Saturday’s Caulfield Cup 2015 – betting tips for which are detailed below.
Sydney’s premier horseman Chris Waller is looking for his maiden Caulfield Cup victory this Saturday in Melbourne with a three-horse assault on the classic led by his star mare Royal Descent who is at juicy odds to become a dual Group 1 winner over the distance.
Twelve months ago the then New Zealand-trained mare Rising Romance ran second in the Caulfield Cup and on Saturday she looks to go one better with a win in 2015 for new trainers David Hayes & Tom Dabernig.
This Saturday’s capacity Caulfield Cup 2015 field features three European raiders, only two of which are assured of a run, with trainer Sir Michael Stoute saddling up his maiden runner in the classic with Snow Sky.
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Twelve months ago Japan enjoyed its maiden Caulfield Cup win with the ill-fated Admire Rakti and in 2015 there are two Japanese-trained horses in the field for the world’s richest mile and a half handicap including Fame Game.
This weekend the 2015 Caulfield Cup takes centre stage in Melbourne with a talented field of local and international stayers facing off, and to help you pick the winner below is the exclusive Races.com.au two-word form guide on the classic.
Mares have won just one Caulfield Cup in the past 13 years but this weekend in Melbourne last year’s Crown Oaks winner Set Square is well liked to break the hoodoo of female gallopers in the staying classic.
During the autumn as a three-year-old the John O’Shea-trained Hauraki ran second behind Kiwi raider Mongolian Khan in Group 1 company and this weekend the now four-year-old gets the chance to turn the tables on the favourite in the 2015 Caulfield Cup in Melbourne.
Caulfield Cup favourites have a poor recent record over the past decade but this weekend in Melbourne an on-the-rise Kiwi star is out to break the hoodoo with Mongolian Khan chasing the Group 1 win in 2015 as the punters pick.